This sequence of events could be typical during a sim session: Normal takeoff up to V1 speed, normal rotation, then an engine fire followed immediately by a failure. A special engine out departure is required, so while struggling to maintain aircraft control, a heading to intercept a radial must be initiated before acceleration altitude. After the engine is "cleaned up" and the aircraft is established on the engine failure departure route, a hold must be entered (teardrop entry) so a climb can begin to a safe altitude. Once the MSA (minimum safe altitude) is obtained, the pilots brief the localizer back course approach with four step-down fixes, which requires a DME arc to get established. The weather is quickly deteriorating below minimums. The single engine, nonprecision approach in mountainous terrain results in a go-around at decision altitude because of the poor visibility. The missed approach procedure can't be used because of the aircraft's lack of performance, so once again, the engine out departure must be flown. This has once been my experience in a simulator (type ride). Let's here others share their own.